Fujitsu Prepping 7-inch Honeycomb Tablet for Q3

Ready for an Android tablet with a mix of super portable and highly functional?  DigiTimes is reporting today that Fujitsu is currently working on a 7-inch tablet for release later this year.  Due at some point in the third quarter, this tablet is said to run Android 3.1 and carry a $350 – $700 (US) price tag.  To achieve this price point, Fujitsu will be outsourcing production to Taiwan-based ODMs.

Source: DigiTimes

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  1. Robert Norris Hills
    May 20, 00:58 Reply

     Don’t bother if its not going to have better hardware/build quality then the GalaxyTAB’s.

    They pretty much have set the benchmark. 

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